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- are ready for you to get ready for sleepy time too apollo's big adventures take off with a hug squacky's with his blankie as snug as a bug cowbella shares a story with all of you dream a little dream with sweetpea sue look who's ready for you - the pajanimals are ready for you we're the pajanimals [giggling] - wow-- look at it go! - it's so fast! - best spin yet! - oh, i can't wait to go to the fun park tomorrow. - yeah! i am gonna go on the fantasy fury ride a cowzillon times! - ha-ha-ha! - well, i'm gonna go on the spin-go-'round ride a gatrillion times plus ten! [laughing] oh... - oh, squacky! - whoa! - i'm okay. - well, i wish we were tall enough to go on the rocket ride! in the big kids part of the park. - yeah! - hey, maybe we are! - let's measure! - okay. - yeah, good idea! - i'm gonna measure and get on that ride! - well-- tell me, tell me! - sorry, cowbella. maybe next year. - oh... - can i try? - yeah-yeah-yeah. - okay. well? - almost, sweetpea sue. - oh, my turn. tah-dah! super squacky is ready for the big kid ride! - sorry, squacky. - still too short? - mm-hmm. - no! - apol
these once premature babies grow into healthy children. >> ran a their first son apollo was born prematurely, so is their week-old daughter. >> the staff here is wonderful >> children like these are the reason this yearly celebration occurs. >> there is hope for these triplets overborne 15 weeks earlier wang under 2 lbs. each plus a number of medical problems. now, they're bouncing about. >> these children are well on their way, as they are here celebrating life if dr. city do not want to forget the forces babies that did not make it. on october 15th there will be a remembrances ceremony of the walnut creek library. the >>vicki: jason will be back with highlights and reaction from the giants' big win at at&t park. fourth good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy
capital. the great wall of china. the manhattan project. the apollo project, the cathedral builds as an enterprise during the renner sons. how about the columbus voyages? very experiencive to queen isabella. the ma jell lane voyage a whop episode of the voyages. the pyramids. loathes make the list. and any gripe about the list i have tossed up there? sure, we agree major investment in human and financial capital. then i asked what was the motivation for those? and in my list, of the most expensive things we have done, i came up with only three drivers. three no more than three, no fewer than three. the number one driver of them all is war. we can call if defense, that gets you the great wall of dhien. that gets you the manhattan project, in fact, that also get use at apollo project. it's the i don't want to die driver. okay. if you feel threatened and you're at risk, you will spend money without limit to not die. okay. that's kind of an obvious one in retrospect. what's next? the prospect of gaining great economic wealth. not quite as po at the present time as the "i don't want to
was commander on apollo 11. that's him on the left. on the right was aldron. michael collins, the command module pilot. they spent more than two hours on that historic day. back to the national cathedral, we find john zarrella. good morning, john. >> reporter: hi, carol. the line is gone now. the crowd has gone inside. they expect a full house here. 2,000 people expected. here is the booklet that they put out. a celebration of the life of neil armstrong. as you mentioned, last man to walk on the moon, gene zernon and buzz aldrin, who walked on the moon with neil armstrong. many members of congress will be here. we know that nancy pelosi, john boehner, are going to be here. a moment ago i saw john glenn. of course, the first american to orbit the earth. he went in, with his wife. many, many people here as well as many space shuttle astronauts who knew him throughout the years also here. and it's just so interesting that you have this enormous public support and a public ceremony for a man who, throughout his years, was so private. and for whom all of the accolades of walking on the moon certainly
teeming with game evoked in thesebronze s. apollo, the god of learning, still brought light to the world -as a roman lamp stand. alexander the great, once master of the world, was commemorated in a bronze statuette. the powerful hercules became a garden ornament. the elite built substantial art collections. they also ordered reproductions of greek works that appealed to them. several examples of the three graces were unearthed at pompeii, suggesting a single prototype offered by workshops on the bay of naples. the daughters of zeus represent plenty, joy, and beauty. that image continued to appeal to artists and connoisseurs through the ages. the works of art they commissioned -either for their own collections or for display in public places - were in a variety of styles. some were in the naturalistic classical style that prevailed in greece from the mid-5th century b.c. onward. the drapery falls in natural folds, clinging to the body to show an understanding of human anatomy. older styles were also popular. a marble statue of artemis displays the roman ability to recall the archaic styli
with a single to left. next scene, apollo some ball wia big fly. once about the of left, moss and the a's take a there and pitch. we go extras, in the tent, russell led off with. they went home to 21. oakland now leads the angels for the last wild card spot. >>> they will be wearing at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those >>> the see jane run triathlon starts in pleasanton and about our paradhour. mulroney also released his tax filings showing he paid more than he was suppose to. >>> and jimmy carter was kind of like romney. he could not convey any thing with what he could do. >>> it is the worst day of paul. we your minutes away of thfrom e ottoman equinoxes. g
possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. >> (on intercom): good morning, apollos! today is day 109. it is thursday, february 2. at this time, we ask that you stand as we honor america and texas with our pledges. >> c'mon, guys, straight to 140, you're late. detention, you've got to get to school on time. stop, don't even try it. go to 140. make sure black adidas jacket with white stripes down the sleeves comes in there. he's trying to escape. uh-uh! our attendance is really low, and so we're trying to do whatever it takes to get them to know that it's important to be here for homeroom, first period, second period, every period. >> ids, have them out. >> we're a school of about 1,300 kids. we're mostly hispanic and african american, but the common denominator is poverty. our kids come from some pretty crappy conditions in and around houston. it has been a school that maybe people forgot about over the years. it has had a terrible reputation. "it's all ghetto there," and, "that's where the pregnant girls go." it's called a dropout factory. i mean, those numbers don't lie. the pre
, political leaders, family members, including his nasa family. apollo 11 crew mate michael collins led them in prayer. the first man to walk on the moon was eulogized by the last man to walk on the moon who spoke about his great friend's love of family, friends, flight. and told the story of neil armstrong trying to land on the moon with just 15 seconds of fuel. >> he put a thumb and index finger and tilt his head and sort of put his hand down there and say, well, when the gauge says empty, we all know there is a gallon or two left in the tank. >> the world watched in awe as he landed, walked and phoned home. >> neil and buzz, i'm talking to you by telephone from the oval room at the white house. >> fox news chairman and ceo roger ails produced that call president richard nixon. >> i was watching the feed from the moon and i realized we could have the first interplanetary split screen because we had done split screens before, but never really from the earth to moon. >> now the man whose foot steps remain on the moon will be buried at sea. ♪ fly me to the moon and let me play among the sta
a passing resemblance to pagan images of apollo. the first great churches were variations of the roman assembly hall known as a basilica, with a central nave often ending in a semicircular apse and side aisles screened by colonnades. santa sabina, finished in 432, is a particularly fine example of these simple but elegant early christian basilicas. the roman arch appears here in yet another form, springing directly from the column capitals. the insignia of the new christianized empire, whose capital is no longer rome but constantinople, are placed with perhaps unconscious symbolism atop the corinthian columns taken from a pagan building. once reviled and persecuted, christianity is triumphant. historians havargued about the causes of the fall of the roman empire ever since it happened, when saint augustine wrote that the empire had been part of god's divine plan for the furtherance of christianity through the world, that it had now fulfilled its historical purpose. modern scholars have found political, material, economic, social reasons for the decline, but have been most impressed by
and apollo missions and ourd t voice througheh the t hecivil-rights movement in theax vietnam war, and nixonhe bir of resignation and also brought some got together to the camp david peace accord. the big three are at edwardworl' r. murrow and walterbout a tho cronkite. >> host: how did he get to be that guy? >> he was good with the wire service and united press your stories are given 1,000 words. there cannot be a lot of bad firms are adjectives it was perfect for television with only a half hour broadcast. a precrating has to be tight. he was very precise. >> host: was he political?ocrat. >> he was a new deal democrats. >> it was not known and was a a fan fan of franklin roosevelt as a a boy growings up but of the ths 1950's people thought he was thg republican because his boss was the founder workedt directly for july eisenhower and he personally love to the walter cronkite.toe the 20th anniversary of d-day they took cronkite to the beaches. there was a feeling he may have been a republican but the bill now more showed him to be a liberal and he came out publicly saying i am a
. there is the great wall of china. expensive in terms of human or financial terms. the apollo project, the manhattan project, the cathedral building, the columbus voyages, very expensive. to queen isabella and king ferdinand, the magellan voyages. the whole episode of those wages. the pyramids. let's make our list. any gripe about the list that i just cost of their? sure, we would all agree. major investments in human and financial capital. then i asked, what was the motivation for those? >> in my list of the most expensive things we have ever done, i came up with only three drivers. no more than three, no fewer than three. the number one driver of the mall is war. were you can call it defends. that gives you the great wall of china. that gives you the manhattan project. in fact, that also gives you the apollo project. the i don't want to die driver. if you feel threatened and are at risk, you will spend money without limit to not die. [laughter] okay or if that's kind of an obvious one in retrospect. what is next? the prospect of gaining great economic wealth. not quite as potent as the i don't wan
one bay area girl made it from the tenderloin to the apollo and what guinness world record she was attempting to break today. there's a hint right there. >>> one of the busiest stretches of freeway in the united states is shut down and so far so good. traffic around the 405 has been light today. drivers are using surface streets or most of them, i think, are just staying home. it shut down so road crews can demolish what's left of the bridge. the bridge and pillars will be replace sod that the freeway can be widened a bit. the freeway will be closed until monday morning and traffic seems to be getting an it just fine. obviously you can see the construction work right there. >>> caltrans is warning drivers for its plans to shut down the san mateo bridge for to two weekends next month. the shutdown will allow crews to repair a cracked support beam discovered in 2010. the bridge will be closed if all goes as planned from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. october 19th through the 22nd and again those same times the following weekend, october 26th-29th. the dumbarton bridge will be the best a
the soccer field to the apollo theater, we'll introduce you to the program that gave that fifth grade girl from a challenging bay area neighborhood a chance to show off all her talents. >>> and the a's draw closer to the postseason after another dramatic victory showing off their talents. we'll show you where they currently stand. >>> the fbi and local police in southern california are investigating the fatal shooting yesterday by a border patrol officer. police say the officer killed a 32-year-old woman after fearing for his life. family and friends say the mother of five did not deserve to die. elena gomez of our sister station in san diego has more. >> reporter: neighbors pay tribute to valeria alvarado, or monique as her family called her, with a memorial of flowers and blesses, many calling her innocent and in shock by the way she was killed. >> i don't think that it should have went down like that. i don't think the woman should have been shot. >> i think monique is an innocent person. >> reporter: yesterday the scene was much different than today. >> the agent actually was impacted,
last month at the age of 82. michael collins the apollo 11 command module pilot and eugene certain anyone the apollo 17 mission commander and the last man to walk on the moon are scheduled to participate in the service. the cathedral is home to a lunar rock which was presented to officials by the apollo 11 astronauts back in 1974. >>> 9:08. hundreds of cheese wheels on the recall list this morning. we are going to tell you which brand is affected. >> plus, flu season is upon us. so what should you know about getting the vaccine? >> after the break, a local physician and nurse join us in studio, good morning, to talk about the different forms available. plus, i'll get vaccinated right on the air just to prove that i did so. stay with us. time now 9:08. [ romney ] this president can n ask us to be patient. this president can tell us it was someone else's fault. but this president cannot tell us that you're better off today than when he took office. [ female announcer ] here in virginia, we're not better off under president obama. his defense cuts threaten over one hundred thirty tho
of the cathedral's stained-glass windows is a tribute to the apollo 11 mission. in bed with bennett, a tiny moon rocks more than 3 billion -- in vetted -- embedded in it, tiny moon rocks more than 3 billion years old. >> david scott flew with neil armstrong on july 9 8, for -- on gemini 8. >> he is the standard. we know how to look up to somebody, how it should be done. >> the eagle has landed. >> the enormity of neil armstrong's legacy is best explained by the man himself. >> it's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> bbc news, washington. >> neil armstrong, who just loved to fly and changed the world doing it. that brings our show to a close. you can get updates on all of our stories on our website. find us on twitter. from all of us here at "bbc world news america," thanks for watching. do tune in tomorrow. >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding for this presentation was made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to un
to celebrate the first man who walked on the moon. neil armstrong was commander of the apollo 11 mission in july 1969 when he made the giant leap for mankind. his crewplates, buzz aldren was just one of many that attended the memorial service. armstrong died last month after complication. he was 82 years old. >>> san francisco is getting the green light to continue going green by he cexpanding its ban plastic bags. all retailers are banned from providing bags at checkout. restaurants will also have to comply. in addition, under the law, retailers must charge customers 10 cents for every paper bag. >>> business is booming for b b.a.r.t. b.a.r.t. directors say they have seen weekday riderships, 4,000 riders. 85% of its fleet is in use on a typical day and anxious to add more train cars. more than 400 new cars are on order. until then, they are asking people to be considerate of others and make room for everyone. >>> absolutely. tonight's bay area proud is a story that spans decades and continents. >> a south bay's man attempt to honor his wife ended up getting something in return. garvin t
was in attendance as well as armstrong's "apollo 11" crew men. buzz aldren and michael collins. on july 20th, 1969 after maneuvering the lunar module around rocks and craters armstrong took man's first step on the surface of the moon. >> one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >>> the last man to step foot on the moon called armstrong a special friend whose name will live on in history. >> you can now finally put out your hand and touch the face of god. >> singer diana cross performed the song that armstrong and aldren listened to when they were on the surface of the moon. ♪ fly me to the moon ♪ and let me play among the stars ♪ >> a private service was held at his home near cincinnati. he'll be buried at sea later today. >>> a big honor for boxing great muhammad ali. he was given a medal for his fight for civil rights and religious freedom. hundreds turned out for the ceremony in philadelphia, thursday. his wife said he simply stood up for what he believed in. the 70-year-old retired champ is battling parkinson's disease. >>> here's surveillance video of a bad samaritan in swede
was commander of the apollo 11 mission way back in 1969 when he stepped out of that capsule and onto the moon and perhaps uttering the most famous one-liner in history. one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. armstrong recently died just last month due to complications after heart surgery. >>> a touching sight in malaysia as a young cancer patient flashes a big smile during a visit with the duchess of cambridge. the telegraph reports this 15-year-old leukemia patient postponed a blood transfusion so that he would not miss a visit with duchess catherine. she met the boy in malaysia along side her husband, prince william. the duchess also used the visit to make her first public speech abroad. >> it is so exciting to learn about the country's very first pediatric program and to witness for myself something that's a wonderful work of hospis malaysia. >> the duchess is the patron of a similar charity in the united kingdom. >> see the smile on that young 15-year-old, priceless. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back now. thanks for joining us. just a beautiful live shot over downtown san
to apollo, the epitome of this youthful ideal, or it could stand above the grave of a man of any age, reminding his descendants of when he was in his prime, standing youthful, proud, autonomous, beholden to no one, the measure of all things. the male figure-- naked, proud, idealized-- did have a female equivalent in the kore. she, too, is beautiful, but she is serene rather than heroic. she's clothed and static, not boldly striding forward like the male. the turn of the sixth century to the fifth century b.c. saw one of the most dramatic transitions in history-- political and social. it coincided with an equally dramatic transition in art. the krition boy of the early fifth century b.c. is the kouros come to life. he has relaxed his body and come closer to the appearance of nature. we can only speculate about the relationship between the development of democracy in the greek city-states and the development of an unprecedented realism in art. but both, in their separate ways, reveal a new excitement in the idea that individual human beings can take charge of their own destiny, even th
as commander of the apollo leavened men landing. the man who famously said one small step for man, a giant leap for mankind for stepped on the mend. he will be buried at sea on friday. >> a giant leap for mankind. >> that's right. keep watching.
and apollo out toll store stated that they will get their iphone 5. >> rioters surrounded the mission police station after a suspect was shot. the demonstrators are very angry. the 200 block of 14th street is where the riders started perry they started yelling obscenities and walk down the bart p. the two polices were working in the area when they thought that they saw gang members. the suspect pulled a weapon and were not sure where he had the weapon. he turned toward officer and the officers ordered the suspect to drop the weapon but he did not. he raised the weapon towards officer and officer shot him because he feared for his life. at this point the suspects condition is not life-threatening. so far there have been no arrest with the protesters. the suspect's gun was recovered at the scene and he is recovering in hospital. >> still ahead on the kron 4 news. and pakistan they are protesting about a movie that is scheduled to come out. we will be bringing you live coverage as the endeavor unfolds sometime between 9:03 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.. we will be right back. (car horn) paying with your
a man on the moon. >> we didn't know everything, and it took mercury and apollo to mature, and get the job done. >> and next week we'll take a closer look at cancer medicines which cost more than $30,000 for a single round of treatment. now in some cases they prolong life, but just by a few months. some patients, though, they mean real hope. the question a lot of people ask, who pays? but up next, heart health and omega 3 supplements. there is a controversial study, i'll tell you what you need to know. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. . >>> well, a lot of people make a point of eating fish and other foods rich in omega three fatty acids, or take supplements for those benefits. in fact i take them myself. but a new study shows that the benefits just don't exist. a nutrition specialist on our program, thank you for joining us. this has got you up in arms. >> this really does. >> so the
memorizing. it requires more nonfiction reading, for example, books about apollo 11 for elementary students. the u.s. constitution for middle schoolers. more complex works like euclid's elements for high schoolers. and basic algebra will be taught as early as kindergarten. 45 state have adopted the standards which take effect in all grade levels by 2014. >> we can't continue outsourcing jobs and the reason we are outsourcing jobs is because in other places, they're preparing their kids better than we are. >> reporter: parts of common core are modeled after schools in south korea and japan, where students score higher than americans in reading and math on international tests. to meantime these standards, school districts will have to buy new textbooks, train teachers, and upgrade computers. experts say this could cost upwards of $8billion to $16 billion. critics say the initiative could actually hamper learning for some because every child learns at a different pace. >> i think we're going to have higher rate of failure. we're going to have lower test scores. and, of course, they will, as us
and apollo to get it done. >>> next week we're going to take a closer look at cancer medicines which cost more than $30,000 for a single round of treatment. now, in some cases they prolong life, but just by a few months. some patient, though, they mean real hope. the question a lot of people ask, who pays. >>> but up next, heart health and omega-3 supplements. there's a controversial new study. i'm going to tell you what you need know to know. [ woman ] it's 32 minutes to go time, and the candidate's speech is in pieces all over the district. the writer's desktop and the coordinator's phone are working on joke with local color. the secure cloud just received a revised intro from the strategist's tablet. and while i make my way into the venue, the candidate will be rehearsing off of his phone. [ candidate ] and thanks to every young face i see out there. [ woman ] his phone is one of his biggest supporters. [ female announcer ] with cisco at the center... working together has never worked so well. like a squirrel stashes nuts, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® liquid gels
? do you have to make us look that bad? >> this guy is on the edge. i mean, he looked like an apollo astronaut. >> are you going to burst into "edge of glory," lady gaga. you want to. i see it in your eyes. >>> well, it's time for now for an early look at some of the stories we'll follow throughout the day here on nbc. >> burial services will be held at arlington national cemetery for army chief warrant officer thalia ramirez. ramirez died when her helicopter crashed in afghanistan while supporting operation enduring freedom. >>> the national park service will hold a news conference to provide an update on repair work for the washington monument. the upper portion of the landmark sustained large cracks during the august 2011 earthquake. the 555 foot tall structure has been closed to the public ever since. >>> and happy birthday to tennis champ serena williams. she turns 31 years old today. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. and tonight be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." >>> and
it was inspired by pictures taken during armstrong's apollo 11 mission. and at the very center of this small dot, it's actually a sliver of real moon rock that armstrong presented to the cathedral back in 1974. >> neil will always be remembered for take human kind's first small step on a world beyond our own, but it was courage, grace, and humility he displayed throughout his life that lifted him above the stars. >> reporter: at the national cathedral, kristin fisher, 9news now. >> neil armstrong will be buried at sea tomorrow by the u.s. navy. >>> coming up on 9news now at noon, on dr. phil -- actually at 4:00 p.m., she was a star and she was a finalist on the hit show america's next top model. now she's struggling with drug intervention. dr. phil and family do an intervention. >> isn't it true that inside you at some level you know that your life sucks? you know that this is a crap way to live. are you really convincing yourself that this life that you have doesn't suck? look, i can play as hard as you want to play or as easy as you want to play. i want to do this with you, not to you. >> the
. hundreds of mourners, including apollo era astronauts, gathered at the washington national cathedral to celebrate a true american hero. many spoke of how armstrong affected them personally. >> he did not want attention called to himself. he might have smiled at it, but he would have said, is that really mean they are honoring? >> i join a grateful nation in saluting the brave and humble servant who never stopped dreaming, never stopped working to make those dreams reality, and inspired each and everyone of us. >> neil armstrong died last month at age 82. >> now, your insta-weather forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> the beautiful late summer weather has been with us all week long. it looks like it will be your good part of friday, too, before a weak front comes through tomorrow night. that will not have a great impact on the area. 2 degrees warmer than normal, but a few degrees below the average for the day. another nice night tonight, but you can feel a little bit of cloud and is starting to crowd in from the west. we have had severe clear for the last five days or
was already working on how to wind machine on the moon. >> and when the apollo wan . in 1969, that meant mission accomplished. reporting live, john gonzalez, abc 7 news. >> thank you. the bail hearing for a teenager charged in the perry hall hi school shooting has been delayed. robert loudoun jr. is expected to appear in court today. -- robert gladden jr. police said he brought a shotgun to school and opened fire in the cafeteria. >> class is back under way at morgan state university today after a shooting at the campus. they say someone shot a man in the student center yesterday. was ticket to the hospital in serious condition. this is the of victim was not a student and did know the suspect. >> pleasetwo women were arrested on tuesday. they had 21 children in the home at the home on abilene way. investigators said the women did have a day care permit but only to watch 5 children. >> historic library in washington is reopening. we have more on that. and police in fairfax county think thieves may have been stealing from unsuspecting atm users. they found this simple looking device sittin
during the apollo 11 mission. saturday.st was 82 years old. the potentially serious breach targeting apple product users. a group of hackers say the than 12 million id numbers linked to personal information. they say they have only released 1 million. they are used to identify iphone and ipad users. so far, they have left out data about a leak like a dundeed lead to theft. officialt out an to an iphone event next thursday. -- wednesday. is said it will unveil the iphone 5. believe it would have -- larger display, a faster processor, and a new design. is likely to be released to on september 21. this holiday season, the giant wal-mart has its fee to open a layaway account from $15 down to $5. this is for farfalle with odors orders treated before october 31. was in response to on itsr feedback page.ok it all goes back to facebook these days. no christmas decorations out yet? >> surprisingly. >> the first thing next week. certainly does not feel tside. t get the below 80 degrees, then the christmas decorations. what a day to day. n on ending heat and humidity. the temperatures around. i
. it was a memorial service for the iconic astronaut neil armstrong and among them, apollo 11 crewmate buzz aldrin and former senator john glenn who is also a former astronaut. hundreds waited in line for the chance to say good-bye. armstrong will be buried at sea tomorrow. >>> usa today is getting a hot new look in print, online and on your phone to enhance what they're calling visual story telling. they'll bring stronger voices to the stories. you'll see the redesign friday morning's edition of the paper tomorrow the beta site will go live over the weekend. the full launch happens later in the fall. gannett is the parent company of usa today as well as 9news. >> let's take a live look outside right now while topper shutt will be along with that full forecast, let you know how long the clear skies will be with us. >> and right after the break from death row to freedom, a hearing tomorrow could get a local young man out of prison. heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break.
movies. he was then jumping jack flash and a league of their own. he was also in the apollo 13. my daughter was then jumping jack flash. my nieces, my daughters middle child. if we are doing this scene, that means marla got married and laura got traded. we are in chicago. then we move to evansville, indiana. i drove from milwaukee to chicago. tavis: i am struck by how dedicated you and gary have been to each other and to your broader family of children and nieces and nephews, the story just told now. i am struck by how family- oriented you all have been, would you growing up in a house where your parents did not like each other. >> maybe they like each other when my brother and sister were born, but when they moved to the bronx, then i came along, the mistake, the bad seed, that did not expect nor wanted. so my father, before he left, even though i was too young to remember it so well, to my sister and me aside and said you need to help us out. all the kids in the neighborhood love my mother, by the way. i respected certain things about her, but she said we are going to have to sti
to the public. the cathedral houses a rock from the moon that was presented to the church by apollo 11 astronauts back in 1974. >>> well, it's time to start making weekend plans. mark your calendar for saturday. that's the day of the ninth annual silver spring jazz festival. and right now marcus johnson, one of the jazz musicians performing on saturday is in our circle. he's giving a free concert. our own derek mcginty is there and he's enjoying the show. >> reporter: hi, jc. it's tough to hear because the music is so jazzy and so smooth. marcus johnson has joined us on the circle right outside wusa9. he's been entertaining our guests for about the last 35 minutes or so he's going to be here till 1:00. if you're -- if you like what you're hearing from marcus right now, feel free to go to wusa9.com where we're streaming is live even as we speak. what's more, as you mentioned, he will be at the silver spring jazz festival in downtown silver spring. it lasts from 4:30 to 10:00 this saturday night. it's a little cloudy but the music i think is holding the rain off. we're going to hop it do
bull was fence behind d it. it is just remarkakable. >> this is the apollo block, the old mray site, self storage. >> self storage? >>ome pepeople s saw it as worth keeping and a lot of people wawantedone and now it will be gone. >> i aays say i get nostalgic for the old but the new is citing as welell. a lot of people l lookingng at this article. an aicle i have to recommend isn the friday prirint edition about how much caaign money is beining spent in the ate of viinia. we d did not have time to talklk about that but a great article. per, i have to have time to geget to you. you d i'd love to talk about china. lo andnd beholold, jusust as president obobama was appeang in ohio where the autos w were facacing difficulties, he aounc a wto challenge against china on auto manufacturing. >> the chinese certainly i i doingng egregious things regegarding the automobile industry. some of the most popular vehicles i in china are bewewick's but we cannoexport them -- wee have to make them ther-- buicks. transfer of technology. not a smart thing to do. but it doeses not take on the broader ch
by million dollar quartet at the apollo theater. have a great weekend, dean richards. wgn news. >> taste of chicago will be five days again next year. it was cut from 10:00 to 5:00 after reports that they were losing money. restaurant revenue were down. we'll look at the final invoices to see if this year's taste finished in the black or the red. how yogurt can change your blood pressure. >>> unofficially, fall is right now today. >> yeah. it comes up about eight hours from now. >> 9:49 a.m. >> is that right? >> that's the equinox so we're starting off the fall season in fine style this year. going to be very chilly. about as cool as we are right now across the chicago area be the high temperature for sunday. look at the time lapse pictures from the day. what a great dismal day we had in chicago. rain off and on from the afternoon right on through the early evening. most of the heavier rain is pushed out of chicago. but we do have a chance of picking up an isolated shower or two. but more rain is going to be redeveloping tomorrow. looks like tomorrow morning, it will b
their names, very appropriately, sky and apollo. they're groomed and i can tell they're enjoying it. >> glamour photo shoot with the fan on the model. >> and now the moment you've been waiting for. >> oh. >> didn't recognize each other. >>> they're energetic, happy, playing, and now looking for homes for them. >>> cruising downhill. >> the crowd is going wild and you see fireworks going off. this is not to celebrate a goal at a match. this is the soccer match between the torpedo and the dynamo in russia. >> don't tell me they got replacement refs in soccer now too. >> they may need torpedo fans were flinging flairs off to the pitch, they were throwing fireworks on to the pitch. this me eventually had to be suspended because torpedo fans were going so insane. they were down by one. this is just minutes after the second half started. and this is -- they went crazy. >> somebody launched like -- it was like a barrage of fireworks on to the pitch. >> this is in the second half. it also happened in the first half. officials had to stop the game momentarily until the captains came out and
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